20.02.14 Menswear

Brit Awards 2014 Menswear Roundup

Brit Awards men 1The Brit Awards 2014 on Wednesday (February 19) certainly brought some colourful, if not questionable, entrances from the starlets who crowded the O2 Arena in London, England. Not leaving the fashion fun to just the ladies, a crush of guys also flexed their sartorial strength.

Pharrell Williams: Yet again leaving his hat trick for another day, the entertainer returned to his favoured designer with this Lanvin charcoal-grey, lamé-effect two-button suit from the Hiver 2014 Pre-Collection. He paired the high-shine suit with a white tuxedo shirt with pearl buttons and a black satin bow tie, capping off the look with black patent leather derbies sans socks. Of course, he pulled his signature style move by rolling his pants into a cropped length to complete this cool-kid look.

Tinie Tempah: The British rapper gave us his dapper best in a Dolce & Gabbana two-tone champagne and charcoal-grey ensemble, featuring a textured, dotted blazer and vest and cropped trousers. He wore the suit with a printed grey tie, white shirt and socks-less black loafers. Did you like his mixing and matching?

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Bruno Mars In Saint Laurent – Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show

Bruno Mars In Saint Laurent - Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show

Bruno Mars performed during the 2014 Super Bowl halftime show held on Sunday (February 2) at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Just as it began to rain, the halftime performance opened with a handful of children holding hands and singing the hook of ‘Billionaire’, before Bruno then emerged slamming on a drum set, wearing a gold Saint Laurent blazer that matched those of his band members.

The metallic-gold blazer with black leather contrast shawl-collar lapels was dressed up from the runway look with a white shirt, black pants and a skinny satin tie.

Bruno then went into his songs ‘Locked Out of Heaven’, ‘Treasure’, ‘Runaway Baby’, ‘Give it Away’ with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and, for his finale, ‘Just the Way You Are’, which began with a tribute to army families.

Even though it was freezing cold in New Jersey, Anthony Kiedis and band member Flea still went shirtless.

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